Amazon has commissioned a second series of 'Mozart in the Jungle'.
There's no word on when the series will air, but it will continue the behind-the-scenes look at life in a big New York orchestra.
It's based on Blair Tindell's memoir 'Mozart in the Jungle: Sex, Drugs & Classical Music'. And as the title suggests, behind closed doors it isn't all stiff upper lips and starched collars.
"The first season of 'Mozart in the Jungle' was a big hit with our customers and I'm thrilled that we're able to produce a second season," Roy Price, vice president of Amazon Studios, said.
Co-creator and executive producer Roman Coppola added: "Jason [Schwartzman], Paul [Weitz, both co-executive producers] and I are delighted to work on a second season of 'Mozart in the Jungle'.
"There are so many interesting stories we want to tell and we're looking forward to shooting another season with our wonderful cast and team of collaborators.
"We're grateful to all the folks at Amazon who believe in this project and supporting us to portray the world of our symphony in what we hope will be an interesting, fun and imaginative season of television.
"We can't wait for the curtain to rise on season two."
'Mozart in the Jungle' is an original Amazon series.